18th July 2022, 11:34 am

Leading independent law firm Brabners has today (Monday 18th July) opened the doors to its new Manchester office at 100 Barbirolli Square after completing its much-anticipated move from 55 King Street.

The 400+-strong firm has taken 20,000 sq. ft. of flexible office space across the top two floors of the newly refurbished development near St Peter’s Square.

The relocation continues a period of sustained investment across the firm – which is set to open its new office in Leeds at One City Square this summer, marking its expansion into Yorkshire – and after relocating its Lancashire-based team to new offices at Walton Summit last November.

Employees from across the firm – which is recognised by Best Companies as the UK’s best law firm to work for outside of London – will have access to Barbirolli Square’s extensive in-house amenities, including a coffee lounge and a fitness and yoga studio, as well as independent global street food retailer, Society.

Robert White, chief executive at Brabners, said: “We are delighted to open our new office and to make our move to 100 Barbirolli Square. Anticipation has been building across our firm ever since we announced our plans to relocate, and it is fantastic to see our plans for a new, modern and collaborative workspace come to life. We look forward to sharing it with clients, colleagues and the broader business community for many years to come.

“Our new office accommodation here at Barbirolli Square, in Lancashire and (soon to be) in Leeds, are all in keeping with our immediate and long-term growth ambitions; our move to agile working, and with our objective to play our part as an integral member of the business communities we serve.”

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